continued from page 2, John Muir is still my special delight. I have read his "National Parks", his "Mountains of California" and his article on "Alaskan Glaziers" in Harriman Expedition. I have read several selections from the two former works in the Friday Club which have been received so enthusiastically that several have purchased the books. I think his vocabulary and style the most charming. Sometimes a whole chapter will read like a poem. He is altogether the leading writer in his own special subjects and I am a proud and happy old Dolly in that I can boast that I met him and his family in the privacy of06221
circa [ca. 1905 Jan]
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